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Baby Zia says "opo" to "medyo rough" playtime with Daddy Dong

Baby Zia says "opo" to "medyo rough" playtime with Daddy Dong.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource: pep pepApr 17th, 2017

Does Baby Seve look like Daddy Paul Soriano or Mommy Toni Gonzaga?

Does Baby Seve look like Daddy Paul Soriano or Mommy Toni Gonzaga?.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  pepRelated NewsSep 30th, 2016

The impact on Albie Casiño's career of 'baby daddy' issue

The impact on Albie Casiño's career of 'baby daddy' issue.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  pepRelated NewsSep 26th, 2016

Baby Zia joins Mom Yan and Dad Dong in U.S. trip

Baby Zia joins Mom Yan and Dad Dong in U.S. trip.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  pepRelated NewsSep 13th, 2016

Is Baby Zia Mommy's little girl or Daddy's little girl?

Is Baby Zia Mommy's little girl or Daddy's little girl?.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  pepRelated NewsSep 11th, 2016

Who does Baby Primo look like? Daddy Drew or Mommy Iya?

Who does Baby Primo look like? Daddy Drew or Mommy Iya?.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  pepRelated NewsAug 31st, 2016

PVL: Malakas pa rin makakatapat mo, wala kang ligtas -- Valdez on semis

Creamline is through to the semifinals of the Premier Volleyball League Season 2 Open Conference. For Cool Smashers top hitter Alyssa Valdez, the next challenge now is for Creamline to build momentum heading into the best-of-three Final Four. Choosing which team to face in the penultimate stage is out of the question. “Kahit pumili ka rin kasi sa kung saang rank ka, makakatapat mo pa rin ay malalakas na teams. Wala kang ligtas,” said Valdez, whose squad sports a 9-2 win-loss record at the second spot and is on a three-game winning tear. The Cool Smashers occupied the third semifinals seat on Wednesday after sweeping Iriga-Navy, 25-12, 25-13, 26-24, to join other Final Four-bound teams Ateneo-Motolite and BanKo. Only one berth remains and for the three teams that are already in the semis cast, the last four playdates of the two-round eliminations will determine their placing in the Final Four.     But the Cool Smashers would rather concentrate on building their morale than worry about their seeding.   “Ang hirap kasi hindi mo rin alam,” she said. “I think ang goal talaga is to really get wins sa mga future games namin. We have three more games medyo delikado pa. More hard work pa, more push pa.” The Cool Smashers still have BanKo, first round tormentor PetroGazz and upset-conscious Adamson-Akari in their list of assignments.   “I think ang pinakaimportante ngayon to get all the confidence na kailangan namin. Lahat malaman namin ngayon kung ano pa ang kailangan naming i-improve as a team para pagdating ng semifinals kahit sino ang makalaban namin medyo mag-perform kami ng maganda,” she said. And to build that momentum, Creamline will need to bring it’s A-game against the Perlas Spikers on Saturday in Cagayan de Oro.   “We all know BanKo, tough team, very hard to beat and they’re my former teammates so kilalang-kilala nila ako,” said Valdez of the squad that the Cool Smashers swept in the first round.     ---    Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated News5 hr. 6 min. ago

PBA: Tenorio, Gin Kings quick to move on to Game 4

While it was Justin Brownlee that did most of the heavy liftin to bring back Barangay Ginebra from an 18-point deficit in Game 3 of the 2018 PBA Governors' Cup semifinals, it was actually LA Tenorio who hit the final marginal basket to keep the Gin Kings' title defense alive. Tied at 103, Tenorio hit the go-ahead floater with 14 seconds to go. And after Ginebra forced a Magnolia miss, Tenorio also hit the last two free throws to seal the final tally. "Na-shoot siya eh," Tenorio said on his final field goal. "Well opportunity yun na nabigay sakin on that particular possession, might as well take it di ba? Everyone is expecting Justin to get the ball. We got nothing to lose in that possession, I was just thinking of being aggressive and see what was gonna happen," he added. Tenorio was terrible all game long for the Gin Kings, struggling to find his shot. While LA did finish with 14 points for the game, 11 of them came in the final period to help Ginebra pull through. "Actually struggling ak othe whole game, medyo iba yung pakiramdam ko today eh. But that's not an excuse," he said. "I think the whole team was really focused today but I cannot say na we really played well," he added. Despite cutting their Manila Clasico deficit in half, Tenorio and the Gin Kings are not quite happy yet. It's just one game after all. "We only got one game, inside the locker room after the game it was nothing, we moved on right away and are thinking about Friday's game right away," Tenorio said.   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated News17 hr. 19 min. ago

Probably no handcuffs for Imelda Marcos on her arrest – PNP chief

Former first lady Imelda Marcos will probably not be handcuffed when arrested as she has no history of violence, according to Director General Oscar Albayalde, chief of the Philippine National Police (PNP). "Unang una po, siya naman ay babae," Albayalde said in an interview on Tuesday with AM radio DZMM. "Most of the time, kung meron man po, kahit sino po lalo na kung medyo may edad na mga babae, hindi na po natin naman na pino-posasan, lalo na kung wala namang history of violence." [First of all, she's a woman. Most of the time, anyone who is an elderly woman, is not handcuffed, especially is she has no history of violence.] Albayalde insisted, however, that the PNP would n...Keep on reading: Probably no handcuffs for Imelda Marcos on her arrest – PNP chief.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsNov 13th, 2018

No cuffs for Imelda Marcos if arrested – PNP

MANILA, Philippines – Former first lady Imelda Marcos would not be cuffed by the Philippine National Police (PNP) if ever cops receive an arrest warrant from the Sandiganbayan. "Most of the time kung meron man po kahit sino po lalo, na kung medyo may edad na, mga babae, hindi ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsNov 13th, 2018

PVL: I don’t care –- Almadro on bashers

Ateneo-Motolite head coach Oliver Almadro isn’t bothered with the flak he received from fans on social media after giving Deanna Wong a tongue-lashing Saturday in a straight sets loss to BanKo in the Premier Volleyball League Season 2 Open Conference. “I don’t care!” Almadro quickly answered even before reporters could finish their question about him trending on social media as he entered the pressroom for a post-game interview Sunday. Twitter went abuzz Saturday night following a clip during Ateneo-Motolite’s timeout where the very animated Almadro lashed out at Wong as the Lady Eagles trailed the Perlas Spikers, 7-11, in the third set with BanKo controlling the match, 2-0. Grabe naman. pic.twitter.com/H3CtjifrnI — PINOY BALIBOLISTA (@pinoybalibol) November 10, 2018 Fans went to social media to express their criticisms on Almadro. But the mentor, who steered the Blue Eagles to three straight UAAP titles, just brushed everything off.      “Few people don’t matter for me, what’s important for me is I use them as our strength,” said Almadro, whose squad recovered from a 24-26, 22-25, 16-25 loss to the Perlas Spikers with a 25-23, 16-25, 25-14, 25-20 win over Adamson-Akari. “I use them as a creative criticism for me and of course I don’t put energy in the things I don’t have control rather I put all my energy at things I have control, which is my team so yun ang importante.” Almadro said that even before the game his team was already dealing with off-court issues. “Natatawa ako kasi hindi naman nila alam ‘yung problema namin e, we have internal problems prior to the match medyo pagod kasi kami. Maraming players ang hindi dapat a-attend yesterday because of biglaang ‘Binhi’ it’s a school activity so talaga three players, four players will not come yesterday so everybody’s bothered,” he explained. “So they don’t know Deanna is bothered, everybody’s bothered pero good thing, Ateneo community, Ateneo professors, Binhi for mentors are really supporting the program so they opted to finish the Binhi earlier so nakapunta lahat pero of course bothered.” The mentor admitted that he took some time reading the fans’ reactions but kept firm on his action to discipline the UAAP Season 80 Best Setter.    “I read all of that but what matters for me sabi ko nga I will sacrifice my kindness so that my players will know what is right or wrong because life is cruel if you will just be kind all the time, they will not understand what is right or wrong,” he said. “As a parent sometimes I have to sacrifice kindness because life is cruel in the end because they have to know is right or wrong.” He scolded Wong, Almadro added, so that the playmaker will know her mistakes for her to address it. Wong only had 13 excellent sets out of 64 attempts against BanKo with five markers and seven digs. To make amends for her subpar performance, Wong tallied 28 excellent sets with four markers against the Lady Falcons. “Now Deanna is in the right position now. Deanna is gambling with the set now. We are receiving right today, so ibig sabihin we learned yesterday,” Almadro pointed out. Upon learning about the bashing he received, Wong apologized to Almadro, who then told his ward not to worry about it. “Deanna cried to me ‘coach sorry’. Bakit ka magso-sorry? It's my job,” he said. “And it’s your job to play now what's important is kaya mong bitbitin yun kaya mong dalhin.” “And what did she do now? She played well, it’s because hindi kami nagpapa-bother sa mga nandiyan. What’s important for us are those who believe in us, those who fight for us win or lose,” Almadro added. “I will always reiterate to my players right motivation, right motivation every time because ‘pag pinasukan ng wrong motivation ang utak mawawala sa pwesto, hindi kikilos. It’s because walang meaning sa ginagawa so kailangan talaga right motivation.” Almadro still gave some kind words to his bashers.   “Those who do not support us when we lose, it’s okay with us. We still pray for them,” he said.     --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsNov 11th, 2018

[Two Pronged] My baby s father doesn t want to marry me

Rappler's Life and Style section runs an advice column by couple Jeremy Baer and clinical psychologist Dr Margarita Holmes. Jeremy has a master's degree in law from Oxford University. A banker of 37 years who worked in 3 continents, he has been training with Dr Holmes for the ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsNov 11th, 2018

Pacers finish with a flourish, run past Heat 110-102

By TIM REYNOLDS,  AP Basketball Writer MIAMI (AP) — Victor Oladipo had 22 points and 10 assists, Bojan Bogdanovic put Indiana ahead to stay on a 3-pointer with just under a minute remaining and the Pacers beat the Miami Heat 110-102 on Friday night (Saturday, PHL time). Domantas Sabonis and Darren Collison each scored 17 points, and Bogdanovic had 16 to help the Pacers snap a two-game slide. Sabonis finished with 11 rebounds, and the Pacers outscored Miami 16-2 in the final 3:31. Kelly Olynyk led the Heat with 20 points, but missed most of the fourth quarter with an injury. Josh Richardson scored 18, Tyler Johnson had 15 and Hassan Whiteside ended up with 11 points and 20 rebounds for Miami. The Heat were again without Dwyane Wade, who's excused while he and wife Gabrielle Union-Wade continue celebrating the birth earlier this week of their daughter. Heat coach Erik Spoelstra is calling Wade's absence day-to-day, though said the team will give him as much time as he wants and needs. Olynyk left early in the fourth holding his midsection. Olynyk was kneed by Indiana's Tyreke Evans around the ribs, and remained down for a couple minutes before going to the locker room. It was part of a rough night for Olynyk — he took an elbow in the face from Indiana's Thaddeus Young late in the first half. Young was ejected for the Flagrant-2 foul. Evans was called for an offensive foul on the play that knocked Olynyk from the game for most of the fourth; he returned in the final seconds. Miami led by 11 early and held a six-point lead with 3:50 left, then went cold — shooting 1 for 8 with four turnovers the rest of the way. Bogdanovic's 3-pointer from the top of the key was the 12th and final lead change of the night, and capped the Pacers' rally from what had been as much as an 11-point deficit. Miami debuted its "Vice" court and uniforms, the black, fuchsia and light blue color scheme designed as nod to the city in the 1980s and the team's original home — Miami Arena. TIP-INS Pacers: Indiana is 8-0 when scoring 102 or more points; 0-5 when scoring 101 or less. ... Oladipo, who tweaked a knee Wednesday in a home loss to Philadelphia, shot 9 for 22. ... The Pacers turned 24 Heat turnovers into 29 points. Heat: Whiteside is the second player in Heat history with two straight 20-rebound games. Rony Seikaly is the other, and he pulled the feat off four times. ... Miami was without Goran Dragic (right knee inflammation), who may try to play Saturday. ... Miami's first field-goal attempt came 3:37 into the game — its first six possessions ended in either turnovers or trips to the foul line. FOUL The teams were awful from the line: Miami was 16 for 27, slightly outpacing Indiana's 17 for 29 effort. It was a strange shooting night all around for the Heat; they shot 59 percent from the foul line, 52 percent (14-27) from 3-point range and 42 percent (22-53) from 2-point land. RARITY The game started the 20th home-home back-to-back in Heat history, and only the second since the lockout-shortened 2011-12 season. In the previous 19, the Heat went 2-0 six times, 0-2 four times, and 1-1 in the other nine instances. QUIRKY The teams play again next Friday in Indianapolis. Miami has three games before then; Indiana has only one. UP NEXT Pacers: Visit Houston on Sunday. Heat: Host Washington on Saturday......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsNov 10th, 2018

Philippine Airlines Flight attendant feeds hungry infant mid-flight after mother runs out of formula

By Caitlin O’Kane/CBS NEWS – Flight attendant Patrisha Organo was just doing her job on a Philippine Airlines flight Wednesday when she received another call of duty. Organo, a new mother, switched gears from flight attendant into mom mode when she heard a crying baby mid-flight. The flight attendant, who Read more ».....»»

Category: newsSource:  thepinoyRelated NewsNov 9th, 2018

Baby boom for some nations, bust for others – study

PARIS, France – Soaring birth rates in developing nations are fuelling a global baby boom while women in dozens of richer countries aren't producing enough children to maintain population levels there, according to figures released Friday, November 9. A global overview of birth, death and disease rates evaluating thousands ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsNov 9th, 2018

Transforming bad ‘Memories’ into beautiful art objects

  Designer Josef Crisanto recalls that in his childhood, his father was not consistently present in his life. The boy saw him at night, during an evening ritual of stroking his fighting cocks while having a glass of whiskey on ice. The sound of fluttering wings, the jingle of ice cubes, the dash of amber whiskey kept the father company. Crisanto has not seen his father in 26 years. Hence, this memory lingers in the designer's mind.   As an homage to his absentee father, he has created a large-scale whiskey glass, titled "Daddy." In a press statement, Crisanto said he is making a collection for a client, using a synthetic material that embodies the qualitie...Keep on reading: Transforming bad ‘Memories’ into beautiful art objects.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsNov 9th, 2018

Baby, 4-year-old, stabbed to death in South Cotabato

A man allegedly stabbed to death two children following an argument with their nanny in this town yesterday. Source link link: Baby, 4-year-old, stabbed to death in South Cotabato.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsNov 8th, 2018

Baby, 4-year-old, stabbed to death in South Cotabato

A man allegedly stabbed to death two children following an argument with their nanny in this town yesterday......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsNov 7th, 2018

PVL: Nothing to worry about -- Valdez on injury scare

Creamline star Alyssa Valdez assured her teammates and fans that she’s doing fine despite playing through pain on her right ankle in the Cool Smashers’ straight sets win over Tacloban in the Premier Volleyball League Season 2 Open Conference. “Siguro kailangan lang ng strengthening and rest. Tomorrow back to regular programming do strengthening. Nothing to worry about,” said Valdez, who led the Cool Smashers to a 25-16, 25-16, 26-24, win over the Fighting Warays Wednesday that hiked their record to 7-2 tied with idle BanKo at second spot. Valdez limped out of the court in the second set and had her right foot bandaged. The Cool Smasher felt some pain after a bad landing in the opening set.    She said that she has been nursing the nagging injury for quite some time. “Hindi ko rin alam sa paa ko pasulpot-sulpot (yung sakit). It’s been going on, matagal na rin. I think matagal na ito talaga,” admitted Valdez, who also had 11 digs. “As much as possible we do a lot of therapy. I mean ginagawan naman ng paraan during trainings but I guess today gusto lang niyang sumulpot. Na-timingan lang siguro,” she added. “Bad landing lang sa first set kaya medyo sumakit din.” Seeing her team trailing in the third set, 10-15, Valdez ignored pain and returned to action. She immediately scored an attack to rally her team to an amazing fightback. Valdez then pounded two straight kills to push her team closer, 22-23. Jovielyn Prado answered with a kill to put the Fighting Warays at match point before Alina Bicar sent her service short that tied the frame at 24. Valdez again smashed consecutive attacks before Jia Morado wrapped up the win with an ace to end the one-hour, 22-minute match. “Very crucial din talaga ang ibinibigay ng mga PTs namin, ng mga coaches namin kapag may mga ganitong instances and I’m just very thankful for them,” said Valdez. “Si coach din kapag tumingin na yun alam mo na heartstrong na, kung kaya naman lumaban lalaban ka for the team.” Creamline will take on Pocari Sweat-Air Force next on Sunday in Legazpi City, Albay.   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsNov 7th, 2018

PBA: Compton absolutely thrilled after finally getting one over SMB in playoffs

June Mar Fajardo is the ultimate game changer. The reigning four-time league MVP is a great influence in game results and Alaska head coach Alex Compton is very much aware of that even after his Aces just ended San Miguel's season following a win in the 2018 PBA Governors' Cup quarterfinals Wednesday. Alaska dominated the Beermen on their way to the semifinals but Compton says that things would have been different if June Mar was operating in full capacity. Dealing with a shin injury all conference long, the Alaska game was only Fajardo's third appearance in the Governors' Cup. June Mar is still obviously not 100 percent and it showed, playing only 22 minutes in the loss and scoring six points. "I think the most dominant force in the league matters," Compton said of June Mar. "He didn't play most of this conference and he's just getting his groove back. June Mar changes everything. It's not an accident that he got four straight MVPs, the kid is special," he added. Still, Compton can't hide the fact that Alaska finally beating San Miguel in the playoffs means something. Since 2015, the Beermen have dominated Alaska in the playoffs. Half of San Miguel's six championships in that span came at the expense of the Aces. In the 2018 Commissioner's Cup semifinals, San Miguel also ended Alaska's campaign. However, Compton is not naive and he acknowledges that the Beermen's greatest weapon was not fully functional in this series win for the Aces. "Am I happy that we beat San Miguel? Absolutely. I'm ecstatic, thrilled," Compton said. "Do I also recognize that our whole league has a problem because Christian [Standhardinger] is great? And June Mar is legendary? Ibang usapan siguro kung 5'10" sila pareho. Medyo malaking mama yung dalawa eh," he added.   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsNov 7th, 2018

Miracle as New Zealand baby rescued by fishermen from sea

WELLINGTON, New Zealand – A New Zealand baby was plucked from the ocean as he floated past a fisherman in a rescue hailed as "miraculous" by water safety experts, who warned the accident could easily have ended in tragedy. Gus Hutt was preparing for an early morning fish when he saw ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsNov 6th, 2018